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Two BASE-jumping experts leapt from Jungfrau mountain into a moving plane over the Swiss alps.
American network NBC sacks star morning show host Matt Lauer over "inappropriate behaviour" at work
Donald Trump's Twitter account retweets three inflammatory videos from far-right group, Britain First.
A war crimes appeal in The Hague is halted after a defendant announces he has drunk poison.
The pair posted a picture of their exposed buttocks at Bangkok's famous Wat Arun temple.
Developer offers reward to find the people who dumped an entire building on their land.
Howell Emanuel Donaldson III was questioned on Tuesday afternoon after he was seen with a gun.
Games which involve killing criminals as the Philippine president have vanished from Apple's store.
The "well-behaved" patron would check in carrying a "fairly large suitcase", police say.
Officials warn that the island's airport may need to close again if the wind blows the wrong way.
Francis preaches forgiveness at his first public Mass in a nation accused of ethnic cleansing.
Mongolian Harumafuji is being investigated for an alleged assault on a junior wrestler.
Kim Jong-un personally signed off the launch of Pyongyang's newest and "most powerful" missile.
Victoria becomes the nation's first state to legalise voluntary dying for terminally ill patients.
The virtual currency has surged in value during the past few weeks.
Judges annul the result of referendum held last year in which most Bolivians rejected the idea.
Prince Miteb bin Abdullah spent three weeks in detention on allegations of corruption.
Ex-Muslims often face abuse and violence - but a group that's touring American colleges is trying to help.
A nursery is kept open to help local families to stay in inner-city Amsterdam
Coral is growing on the Great Barrier Reef after first being grown in tanks, say researchers.